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WEEKLY HERALD : PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 11 1890
THK DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
Th Roast Ox and Other Attractions
Draw a La rare Crowd."
Vram Thursday's Dally.
The day was a warm one and fur
time the rain bid fair to spoil the plea
aure of everjbodj except the candidates.
It soon cleared up and after u sump
tuoua repitot prepared and donated by the
good people of Wabash, we went over
to the grore where the convention was to
be called, and promptly a hulf hour in
advance of the time as advertised, the
convention waa called together. Dr
Wallace wa3 made temporary chairman
and on motion of Col. Coniior. if this
city. Guy Livingston wnh made tempo
rarv Becretarv. I)k Wallueu thanked
the convention in a few reiimrks in w hich
he outraged his imagination by picturing
the certainty of democrntic success at the
noils this fall. Of course the next thing
was to make the temporary organization
permanent, but Bht-rmmi could not wait,
an idea bad struck him and it hit him
hard. It seemed to give him pain and
he wanted to inflict something on his
audience, 80 with a shorter a speech than
usual ho moved that the central commit
tee be elected at once. This started the
celebrated Jim Green, of E mwood, who
appeared to be in a fair way to eat the only
democratic editor in Cass County, when
Bill? Neville came to the rescue by show
ing that Sherman was entirely out of
order; the chairman said the point was
well taken and Sherman crawled under a
seat to cool off. The permanent organi
ration was then made and after a central
committee had been elected the ball be
gun to roll.
Geo. Weidman made the convention
an eloquent speech on the proxy matter
and said they ought to all do business
like they did up in the second ward,
which was loudly cheered, though we
could not detect the voices of Kroehler
or Ruffner as having taken part in the
W. B. Shryock was made chairman of
the county central committee by accla
mation. Col. Connor then took the floor
and gave the young men a nice send off
and nemed Guy Livingston for secretary
of the committee, which motion was
carried unanimously. Ab- ut this time
Jim Green took occasion to say in a very
loud voice that Joe Connor might be a
good enough old grey haired man, but
that he was the est meanest demo
crat in Cass county, which brought down
The next thing was senatorial nomina
tions. Green placed Shryock in nomi
nation but Shryock very positively de-
' caned, the slate net navjng oetn mace
up that wy, when Green retorted that he
wasao democrat. P. E. White was then
named, but he refused. It began to look
as though the office was to goby default
when Ford, of Weeping Water precinct,
placed Lemasters in nomination saying
he was as good a democrat as any of them
and that he would accept if nominated.
The' slate did not want Lemasters 60 B.
R. McClintic was placed before the con
vention and of course received the nomi
nation. In thanking the convention for
the honor, among other things McClin
tic said if elected he would do the best
he could as a democrat, and as to hones
ty etc he didn't take a back ent.
Col. Connor exemplified the lion and
the lamb act in splendid shape by plac
ing Fr?.nk White in nominat'" m such
good shape as to get Frank through by
acclamation. For county commissioner
a ballot was taken which resulted in
Jacob Trietsch being nominated on a
vote of 102 for himself and 57 for Lee
For county attorney. Travis received
eighty-six votes and Dwyer sixty- nine.
Travis then thanked the conven
tion in a few well chosen words when
Col. Connor moved to adjourn, that the
eloquent Bryan, who was pregnant with
ideas that would be of great advantage
to tne people, might be heard. The mo
tion was agreed to and the war horse of
Vtbe first mounted the platform, threw off
his coat and waded in, but a tired look
came oyer the faces of the Plattsmouth
delegates when they begun to think the
speech was a back number and that they
had heard it two or three times before.
As it was growing late the crowd soon
left for home vowing that Wabash was
a first class place to go to.
Col. Connor seemed to have an ax to
. grind, and the way he worked and the
satisfied look he bore would lead one to
think he had scored his point.
Jim Green and Col. Connor shook
hands after the convention and cooed
like two doves.
Mike Shirk and Louie Karges are
aquatic birds, and while showing their
skill on the lake in a skiff they had a
mishap that gave them both a thorough
ducking, much to the amusement of the
crowd. The boys row beautifully and
with about twenty years of practice
might guide a boat nicely.
Seth Rockwell, the Louisville war
horse, took inthe convention, but pri
vately he thinks a democratic conven
tion n poor place to take an umbrella on
a rainy day unless you don't want the
C. M. Butler, one of the stalwart!
from (h fofirthTwifd, remained Eomo
with his violin, -which beats all the con
ventions in the country.
Jacob Trietsch made a very neat
speech of thabks when he was called up
before the convention.
After Sherman bad made one of his
with wit mod bristling with
as 'lb!e logic, a good old farmer d-le-
gate remarked that he believed Sherman
was about two-thirds full. Frank White
explained the matter to the farmer by
showing him that it was only Sherman's
way and while he might appear very
drunk he was not a drinking mau At all.
Guy Livingston made a first class sec
retary and Dave McLntee must look to
his laurels or he will not 1- ng remain the
leader of the young democracy.
Dr. allnce, Imrrins; his politics, id a
fine fellow and presided at the conven
tion with dignity. D. McEntee bore the
honors of assistant secretary with credit.
Fred Kroehler's name for the demo
cratic nominee for the senate is very sig
nificant. Fred calls him McGintv.
A Dirty Steal.
ThellERAXD, at considerable expense
sent one its staff to Wabash to get a full
report of the convention. A partial re-
port was sent in by telegraph last even-
ing, while the moss covered excuse of a
newspaper, although its editor was at
the convention did not get a word from
Wabash but held their paper until the
Herald was out and then stole our tel-
egram without credit to us and with the
ntention of palming it onto its readers
as one or their own: sucn newspap -
er competition as that, where the Jour
nal mtist vait until the IIekald 19 out
in order to get news, ought to be appre-
ciatcd and taken for what it is worth
in this city. It is dishonest and ungen-
tlemacly to say the least.
Plattsmottth, Neb.,;Sept. 2nd, 1890.
Board of commissioners met pursuant
to adjournment Present, A. B. Todd,
Louis Foltz, A. C. Loder and County
Clerk Bird Critchfield, when the follow-
ing was done, towit
The following list of persons were se
ected from which to draw the petit jurors
for the October term of court, 1890:
Tipton John Lewis and A C Adams.
Greenwood Isaac Stradley, Isaac To-
and and Lyman James.
Salt Creek John Bell, W L Barr and
Stove Creek John Clements, J C
Dreamer and Cryus Alton.
Elmwood Wm II Pool and B F Allen. I
South Bend C II Dill and Robert
Weeping Water- Frank Day and W I
C Ladd. I
Center Samuel Smith, John Domingo
and Alf Shirely.
Weeping Water, City First ward, C
A Baldwin; Second ward, John Cook
and Thos M Howard; Third ward, Tim
Louisville Peter Stander, Jr, n E
Pankonin and John Twiss.
Avoca Joseph Graham and S. Hutchin
son. Mt Pleasant Wm Doty and W O
Eight.Mile Grove JnoAdams, S D Ce
cil and Geo Perry.
Liberty J M Stone, John Chalfunt J
E McCarroll and L J Griffith.
Rock Bluffs J P Amick, Theo Buck
and R F Dean.
Plattsmcuth, City First ward, . II
Mauzy, W J White and V V Leonard;
Second ward, Wm Alexander, L D Ben-
nett. Frank Coursey and E B Hadley;
Third ward, Sam'l Cline, Chaa Twiss, C
J Martin and D McEntee; Fourth ward,
J D Summers, Robert Stewart, Sam'l
Cooper and Henry naas; Fifth ward,
II P. Coolege.
Plattsmouth Nick Holmes, Jr, Alonzo
Todd and Geo Snyder.
Official bond of A. P. Cox, oyerseer
district No. 20, approved.
A druggist's permit was granted to B.
F. Brendell to sell liquors at the village
of Murray, upon the proper notice being
given by publication, and a bond requir
ed as provided by law.
Cost Bill in the case of the State vs .
Henry Bragg was reconsidered and the
fees allowed except to the defendant's
witnesses, which were refused.
Claim of Isaac Rakes for damage
caused by falling through a bridge was
refused. Amount claimed $100.
Platts. Gas Electric Light Co, light
rent - $ 15 70
Platts. Water Co.. service and water rent 29 5S
Platts. Brick Co., brick to poor houee. . 11 05
Omaha Kepublican, stationary 83 88
E B Craig, burial of soldier 35 oo
a. B Knotts, printing; 2 15
J I Unruh, burial of soldier 35 os
Bird Critchfield. compiling tx list .... .. 667 55
C E Wescott. mdse. to poor house 3 00
A O Ashley. Printing bridge sign 5 50
a II Waterbonse, paper 1 so
P W Avery, directory 3 00
Frank Stander, mdse. to poor 21 00
A Clark, " 8 OS
Sam'l Chambers, repair at poor home. .. 28 73
O W Noble. sMary and Institute fund... 125 35
W E Palling, mdse, to poor '. : . .V. 4 37
J If Drake, printing notice 4 K
Platt9, Electrie Light Co., light judge's
office ......... ........... 200
J O Eikenbary, costs case State v.
Vt O esowalter, same....
Jo Shera, Mdse to poor
' ABTodd.ftat and axpansa ..
J H Ilall, Msd Ex ( insane Bringman.
V C S ha waiter, clerk ' fees rams. . . .
A Beeson, Com fees Insane Brtnainan.
Wm TIghe, Sheriff' tees him 22 03
J no Jack man. wittiest fees same 3 80
A L Tlmblln, witness fees same. .. ... 180
VVlu Tiehe. boRrdlnrfi.rlsnners M M
K II Friths, Mie to p"or....... 5
Kfed (liirdt-r. mris. tit rsunl v 7 .v
-r..,....,,,..... ' , r" , ' "
I j'liwn a v a t ut vi . . . a. v ivi
i an eampaon. eeirg ioornoue. ie
rent m 45
Weidman k Breckeu field. Mdxe to cunt v 11 SO
I jwis r oltz. 8at and Exp 26 oo
A O Loder, same 22 70
M B Murphy, Mdse to poor 14 x
J B Carter, work on Co bridge 22 85
Chicago Lumber Co. aeked fin, allowed. 9 (0
Chicago Lumber Co, asked 55, allowed.. 4 70
W J White, Repair of bridge 83 97
J i; Johnson, tiling and uails lbS 2
Chicago Lumber Co 20 00
Beardley Clark Co Lumber 20 45
HO AD FUKD.
Sackett & Gates, spikes for road 4 00
Several bills were allowed from tho
road district fund and the board then
juurnea to meet uctooer 7tu, lyu,
Bird Critchfield, Ceunty Clerk.
Tho Democratic Circus.
The democratic circus opened up with
a clash of cymbals and blair of trumpets
I yesterday aitemoon at YV abash, rue
I genial and suave ur. Wallace, of Union,
I acted as ringmaster and Jim Green, of
I Elmwood, was the clown. C. W. Shcr-
man, George Weidman and Frank Mor-
gan were plain supes. The first perfor-
mance that attracted the attention of the
( public was Dr. Wallace's aerial flight
I through space, in which he remarked that
j the state ticket was conceded to the dem-
I ocrats and that Wo congressmen of that
J faith were as good ns elected.
1 The first was a lomt traneze oerform-
J ance between Messrs. White and Shryock
as prize amateurs, when they declined
I the senatorial nomination; an old timer
I could detect work that would indicate
I they were not so young and innocent as
I they would have it appear.
The next was a lofty tumble by Mc
Ginty, as Fred Kroehler calls him, after
he had been nominated for the senate
McGinty stood up with his hat on and
his back to the crowd and told the chair -
man he thanked him for the nomination
as far as it went , the convention won-
dered where they came in for thanks
j and were still wondering aa we go to
press. They t ill probably find out in
the hazy days of early November.
The next on the list waa the beautiful
antimonop-railway straddle stretching
from McClintic to White and Shryock
who had just been nominated for the
House. Sherman was so delighted with
it that he almost forgot his part
of the play and if it had not been j
for Billy Neville he might have went off
into hysterics. Neville, and the ring mas-
ter.quieted him after a while and the prc-
cession proceeded. White and Shryock
trotted around the ring a few times show-
ing a few points only to join McGinty at
the bot . Well we will keep our
readers posted as long as we can hear
Jake Trietsch went up in a baloon
to look for Dwyer whose presence was
badly needed but thanks to thet'r antic
endeavors of George Weidman he was
safely landed. It wa:3 discovered that
Tom Walling had Dwyer under cover
intending to put him against a Weeping
Water athlete by name of Trayis, it was
to be a catch as catch can scufile,and,not
withstanding Dwyer's great grandfather
on his mothers side was Irish and the
Irish were all with him; yet Travis threw
him without difficulty. A pair of em-
byro stars sat upon the stage and appeared
to keep time they were Col. Dave Mo
Entee and Guy Liyingston, of this city.
and will probably go upon the boards
in a regular way next year.
Miss Arnold returned to her home at
Blue Hill this morning after a visit with
Henry Eikenbary's family.
Henrv Boeck contracted with Mike
Schnellbacher today for the building of
a. fine delivery wagon, it will be a daisy,
Lizzie Eikenbary returned to South I
Omaha this morning after a pleasant vis
it of two months with friends and rela
Some cars of lumber came in today
for the new lumber Yard, The new yard
is one of the first effects resulting from
the advent of the Missouri Pacific.
M. O'Neill Esq. of Canada purchased
Jim Antill's stock of goods yesterday and
in company with his son expects to run
a nice place at Antill's old stand.
D. A. Campbell and family removed
i t: l i. i , .i .,, I
iu iiuccua ytfcieraay wnere iney win I
hereafter reside. Fred Herrman is un
derstood to have bought Mr. Campbell's
Dr. E. W. Cook is the happiest man in
the city and well he may be over the ad
vent of a ten pound girl that demanded
board and lodging at his residence at an
early hour this morning. It is needless
t say she was well cared for and that
nothing will be too nice for her.
Jack Denson started to take a nice ride
on Fitzpatrick's new pony but when he
went to the stable and noted the length
of ear and the general appearance of the
animal, he resigned the job much to the
merriment of Fitzpatrick and Archer.
The two new Rock Island railway sta
tions will be located sbout as ' follows:
on neouth-astTomection 15, lor IT,
range 12, one and a half miles north of
W. II. Pool's. The other station will be
in the south-east corner of Greenwood
precinct. There are over 700 men on the
grade, which means that the work is bt
oo j luZ rapidly pukhed.
I ti. n-. ... i
"M,n I'zpairie a,
night policeman, raised the boys laet
night to corral a burglar which he
thought he had teen in Wetkbach's stor.-
- I l ...-a w ...
l'"ul miunigni. lie got me store sur-
rounded all right but no burgUr showed
up and as the most careful examination
showed no sign of one, the
the laugh on Johnny today.
From Frlnay's Daily
A farmer of Nebraska lay dying in his
barn, there was lack of woman's nursing,
but he didn't give a darn; a hired man
knelt beside him as hid boss prepared to
croak, and the farmer smiled a sickly
smile, as in horse tones he spoke- ".My
boy, I never more shall plow my dry and
smoKing land, nor shall I need assistance
I from you or any hand; tuke this nies-
sige to Jay Burrows', that I read hw
sneei ana aiea, ion was fooled by liur-
rows, by Burrows, who's a snide. One
ay he came to see me and asked me to
I subscribe, to that old paper that he runs
to boom the granger tribe; and I did as
be requested though my hogs were dying
fast, and my corn was swiftly burning
I n the fiery August blast; and I sat out
j here and read it, till I gasped and reeled
and fell but the sands of life are flying,
I and I bid you now farewell; go around
and tell the neighbors that I read the
i . . .
sheet and died, and that thev should
dodge Jay Burrows, Jay Burrows, who's
a eiUde." The soft moon rose up slowly
(there was naught to hold her down) and
shed her ravs of silver on the earth so
hard and brown; the bay mules in the
stable kicked and whinnied for their
oats, and feeble grunts of hunger issued
from the lungs of shoats, and the chick
ens cackled shrilly when they should
have been to roost, and the speckled
1 cow in anger gave her wabbly calf a
boost; but the farmer heeded neither,
f.r ue laid v here he hiid died, after
reading Burrows' paper, which so many
I think a snide,
Chicago Inter-State Exposition,
The Eighteenth Annual Exhibition of
this organization will open Sept. 3rd and
close Oct. 18th. Our information irives
assurance that the preparatory work is
completed. All the available space in
Mip immpnap hnHrlinfr iQ fniiw nwnil
The noveltv and high character of the
exhibits in every department of industry.
art and science makes the exhibition as a
whole, more like a rehearsal for the
world's fair than like an ordinary local
event. The display of electric lights by
the "Sun Electric" and the "Edison"
Companies surpasses anything of the sort
heretofore seen in America, and is worth
a journey to see. The art galleries con
tain the best collection ever made in this
country, aggregating a value of nearly
half a million of dollar
All western railways tran-port passen
gers at excursion rates.
Frank Fowler is not in the habit of
telling snake stories and has none of
fer in that line now, but for a bee story
he has one that takes the whole bakery
He says that he has recently discovered
that u healthy swarm of bees has taken
quarters in one of his chimneys on his
reF;dence. Mr. F. thinks if the bees do
not raise serious objections he will build
a new chimney and renew the lease with
the queen bee. When he. wants honey
all he will be required to do, will be to
hoi& a paii uncier the lower aperture of
the chimney and tap the bee comb with
a long pole. Mr. Fowler is one of our
best farmers and says he has 115 acres of
good corn and 40 acres of it is the best
corn he has seen in the state since 18G5.
He agrees with the Republican that the
cry of hard time3 is to a large extent
imaginary. lie says he has not seen any
of it lately
Ha also says he does his
farming at home and dont raise sun
flowers. Weeping Water Republican.
Francis Benninger Clark, infant daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Clark of this
city, of cholera infantum. The innocent
i ttlelife breathed its laet at seven o'clock
this morning, being one month and one
day old. The funeral will occur at two
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The sym
pathy of many friends is extended to
the bereaved parent', who had but
learned to ,ov; the Uttle cherub , to
Mrs. B. S. Ramsey is reported quite
Bryan told the boys quietly at Wabash
yesterday that Sim Upton was the man
to beat John Watson and accordingly
Sim will be nominated.
No. 9 waits for No. 6 at Ashland, is
the news furnished us by a bulletin this
morning from the office of Superinten
The county clerk was kept busy yester
day morning accnowledgmg pension
vouchers for the boys in blue that were
unfortunate enough to have to ask for
Uncle Sam'e help.
Excel on othara as a family medicine. They
aro suited to .avory otutltutloo, old and
young, and, being sugar -co us 4, ore agree
able to take, purely vegetable, they leava
no ill effects, but. strengthen and regulate
the stomach, liver, and bowcli, and restoro
t every organ to its normal function. For use
cither at homo or 'abroad, ou loud or sea,
Are the Best.
"Aver's pills have been used iu my family
for over thirty years. Xie find Uiein au ex
cellent medicine iu fevers, eruptive diseases,
and all bilious troubles, and seldom call a
physician. They are almost the only pill
used in our neighborhood." Ilcdnion C.
Comly, Kow Lauding P. O., AV. Frliclana
Parish, La. '
"I have been In this country elht years,
and, during all this time, neither 1, nor any
member of my family have used any other
kind of medicine than Ayer's Pills, but these
we always keep at hand, and I should not
know how to get along without them."
A. W. Soderberg, Lowell, Mass.
"I have used Ayer's Cathartic Pills as a
for 35 years, and they have always piven tho
utmost satisfaction." James A. Thornton,
"Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cured me' of
severe headache, from which I wm long a
sufferer." Emma Keyes, Hubbardstown,
JDr. 3. a. AYEE & CO., Lowell, Mass.
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1 UE FIGURK O."
' flgtn e 0 in our dates w'H make a .3ng ttajt
to man or woman now living will ever data v
Jocument without uuing the figure 0. It stands
in the third place In 18&0, wher It will remain ten
rvars ani then move up to kecoud place in 1900.
where it will rejt for one hundred years.
There U another "9" which hi albo come to stay.
It U unlike tho figure 9 in our daten in the respeot
that It ft.as already moved up to firt place, where
tt will permanently remain. It It called the "N
9" High Arm Wnler A WiUon Sewing Machine.
The "No. " was endorcd for rtrtt place by tb
xperts of Europe at tho Parl Exposition of 18R!.
vhare, after a aevereoontot with the loading uu
ehinea of tho work, it was awarded the oc
Grand Prize given to family sewintf machines, all
others on exhibit having received lowur awards
of gold medals, eto, Th French Govoramen
also rooogniiedltii superiority by tha decoration of
Mr. Nathaniel Vhecier. Prvtidentcf Die company,
with the Cros of the Leioo of Honor.
The "No. 9" is not an old machine improve!
opon. but is an entirely new m-icainn, and Che
Grand Prise at I'urii wa awarded it us the grand
est advance in sewing n-.achue ni'jchunUm of tU
ge. Thoe who biy it ccn re.t arurcd, thore.
I 're, of having the v r- latest und best.
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When EobT n-a sick, ire gare her Castoria.
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Plans, specification and estimates. Munlclp
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KutliiiHteH and plim of all wt k furnished aud
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OtYic.j in Martin Block.
Plattsmouth .- Nebraska
Cor Main and Fifth street.
Paid up capital f ivijrmo
SulplUn -iX ooo
V,. II. I'Hrne'e I'resldent
Fifd doriier V'lue l'i'.sliltiit I
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Accounts Nolicltud. Interest allowed oo ttnia
del (isIIh mid prompt Htteiitlotislveii to all bus
iness eiilrmtou to its care.
rl.ATTSMOUTH - NEHKA8KA
Cayital stock psld Iu IJtO
Authorized Capital, f 100,000.
FRANK CARRUTIl. JOH. A. CONNOH.
W. II. UU3HINO. Candler.
Frank Carruth J. A. Connor, F. R. Outbmsaa
J. W. Johncon, Ileury IJoRck, John U'iCeefa
W. D. Merriam, Wm. Wetencomp, W.
Transacts a 'general banking business. AU
who have any bunking business to transact
are invltel to call. No matter how
larpe or pmall the transaction. It
will receive onrcareful attention
and we protnlne always cour
Issues cejtificates of tlepotltH bearing Interest
Buys ana sell exelianpe. county and
OK PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Oilers the very bet facilities for the prorap
trunnacuon oi Hlniato
Stocks. bonds, gold, government and local se-
curlties bought and sold. Deposits received
and interest allowed on the certiucHTes
Drafts drawn, available In any part of the
United States and all the principal towns of
COLLKCTJONS MADE AND MtOMPTLT KKMIT-
Highest market price pld for County War
rants, State ann County bonds. .
John Fitzgerald D. Hawkswortu
John R. Clark K. E. While
Jeorpe E. Dovey
John FitzgeralJ. S. Wangh.
A. C. l.-a."2TBS,
All orders left with County Clerk will
receive prompt r.ttcntior.
OFFICE IN COURT MOUSE.
C. F. SMiT H,
The Boss Tailor
Over Merges' Shoe Store.
Has the pest and most complete stock
of 6omp'eu, poth foreign and .domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Business Buita
from $16 to $35, dreBS Buits, $25 to $45,
pants $4, $5, $G, $0.50 and upward.
EST Will guarantee a nr.
PflCeS DGIV L0mD8llll0n
Don't Raise Hogs
to have them die from disease to whlcu tU
are liable, if proper nicsnres are not taken
PROTECT YOUli HKKDS- by the tiaieiy a
reliable use of the reliable
BOG and POULTRY REMEDY
It Prevents Disease, Arrests Disease
Stops Cough. Destroys Worms,
increases the Flesh and
The sooner the system of the hoe Is fortified
against disease, the more certain is the result.
Lo not wait until your hogs are past treatment.
What Wise Men Write.
"Hogs have died all around ma at fliflTeren
times, but your remdey keeps mine health and
repays the cost in extra flesh alone."
Wm. Krmot, Tecumseb, Neb.
I find Haas'Remedy is all a represented"
s-ohn Mackay. Platumouth. Jieb..
PRICES: $2.50, $1-2. anl 50cpr
Package. 25 lb Cans $12.50. The Lar
fare the Cheapest.
FOR SALE BY
2T. CFUZCES Sc CO.,
Ask for circular containing Testimonials and
insurance Proposition. Send 2-cent stamp for
"Hogoloey," a Treatise on 8wine.
JOS. UAAS, V. S.. Indianapoils, Ind.
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